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George F. Corliss, Ph. D.
Name: George F. Corliss
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University: Haggerty Engineering 296. 414-288-6599. George.Corliss@Marquette.edu

Home: 110 B E. Sutton Place, Waukesha, WI, 53188. 262-542-1340
Date and Place of Birth: June 22, 1947, Island Falls, Maine
Education:

Ph. D.: 1974, Michigan State University, Mathematics;

Thesis: Parallel Rootfinding Algorithms; Advisor: Jerry Taylor

BA: 1969, College of Wooster, Ohio. Major: Mathematics, 3.86/4.0, 5th in class, Phi Beta Kappa


Professional Experience:

  1. 1978 – present, Marquette University
    2001: Appointed Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
    Joint appointment with Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science
    Joint appointment with College of Business Administration
    1990: Appointed Professor, Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science
    1982: Appointed Associate Professor, Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science
    1978: Appointed Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Statistics

  2. 1998-99 (sabbatical): Senior Consultant, Compuware, placed at Aurora Health Care as Project Manager

  3. 1991-92 (sabbatical): Senior Scientist, Argonne National Laboratory, Mathematics and Computer Science. Participated in development of ADOL–C and ADIFOR tools for automatic differentiation

  4. 1986 – 1990 (concurrent): Visiting Scientist, Institute for Applied Mathematics, University of Karlsruhe (Germany)

  5. Summer 1985: Visiting Scientist, ETH, Zurich

  6. 1984-85 (sabbatical): Army Mathematics Research Center, UW – Madison. Developed software for guaranteed bounds for numerical quadrature.

  7. 1974-78: University of Nebraska – Lincoln, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and of
    Mathematics and Statistics

  8. 1969-1972 & 1973-1974: Michigan State University, Assistant Instructor of Mathematics

  9. 1972-73: Unco, Inc., Washington DC, Analyst on social science research for State of Michigan


Current Teaching Interests:

Numerical analysis   Mathematical modeling

Differential equations Linear algebra

Software development Computer languages

Operating systems   Object-oriented programming

Numerical optimization E-Commerce web design

Software engineering Computer graphics

Computer architecture Software testing

Senior Design
Current Research Interests:

Energy analysis and forecasting

Scientific computation and mathematical modeling

Guaranteed enclosures of the solutions of ordinary differential equations

Industrial applications of mathematics and scientific computation

Numerical optimization

Automatic differentiation

High performance computing



Software engineering

Funded Research Grants:


  1. GasDay from industry. Licensing daily consumption estimation service, Oct. 2008 – present.

  2. GasDay from industry. Licensing customer meter outlier detection service, July 2005 – present.

  3. $9,500 from University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (Southeastern Wisconsin Energy Technology Research Center), Developing a Business Case for Sustainable Asset Renewal of Existing Buildings, subcontract from MSOE from $85,000 total.

  4. Summer support from GasDay for providing services to industry, working with graduate and undergraduate students, and participating in the operation of the lab.

  5. $50,000 from Kern Family Foundation, Student Transformation through ‘Innovation Exercises’, Co-PI with Joe Schimmels, Fall, 2007.

  6. $2,500 from National Wildlife Federation awarded to student Edward Speck-Kern, Marquette University Electric Limo Student Transport, February, 2008, - May, 2009.

  7. 2005: 9,357 Pounds from British Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council, John Pryce (PI), ISL-Design: Meetings to Design an Interval Subroutine Library

  8. 2005: GasDay from industry to support a graduate student research project to detect outliers in meter readings. PI Ron Brown. I supervised the student’s research.

  9. $50,000 from 3M Vision Opportunity Grant, $55,000 in hard university match, Challenges of Offshore Outsourcing: Educational Response, joint with Kate Kaiser and Monica Adya, MU College of Business Administration, 2003 - 06. The Industrial Advisory Board continues to meet.

  10. 2003: $16,900 from NCIAA, joint with Ron Brown, Development and Implementation of a Public Gas Company Web-based Demand Forecasting Service

  11. 2002: $15,000 from Michigan State University, Testing COSY and Taylor Arithmetics

  12. 2000 – 2002: $300,000 from MU ITS, Portal and Imaging projects. Team of 3 – 5 GRA’s prepared specifications for Web portal. Team of 1 – 4 GRA’s did business analysis and implementation of Feith imaging systems for about 15 university units

  13. $85,000 from Compuware for sabbatical leave, May 1998 - August 1999.

  14. $100,000 from Sun Microsystems for Validated Global Optimization, 1997-98.

  15. $140,000 list price of equipment donated by Sun Microsystems for JavaStation classroom, 1997.

  16. Industry-Based Graduate Research Assistantships, $59,788 from the NSF. $30,000 from Penta Technologies, and $30,000 from Johnson Controls, Inc., 1997-99. Joint with Steve Merrill and Peter Tonellato.

  17. Industry-Based Graduate Research Assistantships, $55,120 from the NSF. $24,000 from S.C. Johnson Wax, and $24,000 from Johnson Controls, Inc., 1995-97.

  18. $100,387 from the NSF for Acquisition of Laboratory Equipment for Research & Research Training in Industrial Mathematics, 1994-1997.

  19. 1995: $1,700 from NISA for research in optimization.

  20. 1993: $6,000 from Repete Corp., Sussex, WI, Object-Oriented Programming in C++.

  21. 1993: $2,700 from the Institute for Applied Mathematics, University of Karlsruhe, Germany, Numerical Toolbox for Verified Computing I: Basic Numerical Problems.

  22. 1992: $2,500 from the Institute for Applied Mathematics, University of Karlsruhe, Germany, C-XSC Reference Manual.

  23. $65,000 from Argonne National Laboratory, Scientist in Residence, Mathematics and Computer Science Division, for 1991-92 sabbatical leave salary.

  24. $68,006 from Cardiac Evaluation Center as part of a grant from the Wisconsin Department of Development, Electrocardiogram Compression and Analysis, January 23, 1989 - January 22, 1990. Joint with Anne Clough.

  25. 1989: $4,000 from the National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program, Interval Techniques for the Numerical Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations.

  26. 1989: $15,000 from Numerical Algorithms Group, Oxford, England, to support the development of a computer program written in Ada for validated numerical quadrature.

  27. $95,195 from the National Science Foundation, Interval Techniques for the Numerical Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations, November 15, 1988 - April 30, 1991. Joint with Gary S. Krenz.

  28. $44,256 from IBM Deutschland, Self-Validating Quadrature Near Singularities, October 1985 - August 1986.

  29. 1985: $3000 from IBM Deutschland, Composition of Illustrated Mathematical Texts for the ACRITH Demonstration.

  30. 1985: $5,000 from ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), Zurich, research in interval mathematics and stiff ordinary differential equations.

  31. $45,000 from IBM - Germany Research & Development Lab, Adaptive, Self-Validating Numerical Quadrature, May 1984 - August 1985. Joint with L. B. Rall.

  32. $17,053 from the National Science Foundation, Automatic Taylor Series Solution of Differential Equations, June 1978-May 1979. Joint with Y.F. Chang.

Numerous small travel and equipment grants.




Other Research-related Activities (incomplete):


  1. Referee’s reports: 2008 – 12; 2007 – 15; 2006 – 16; 2005 – 11; 2004 – 9; 2003 – 9; 2002 – 12; 2001 – 17; 2000 - 6; 1999 - 6; 1998 - 12; 1997 - 16; 1996 - 25; 1995 - 19; 1994 - 11; 1993 - 7; 1992 - 9; 1991 - 12; 1990 - 9; 1989 - 1; 1988 - 5; 1986 - 1; 1985 – 2.

  2. 2008-present: Officer (Vote Tabulator) and active participant in IEEE P1788 Interval Arithmetic Working Group working toward in IEEE standard for interval arithmetic.

  3. 2005: Scientific Committee for Second Scandinavian Workshop on Interval Methods and their Applications, Technical University of Denmark, August 25 - 27, 2005.

  4. 2005: Program Committee, Gas Forecasters Forum, Hilton Head SC, October 26 – 28, 2005.

  5. 2004: Scientific Committee for SCAN 2004, 11th GAMM - IMACS International Symposium on Scientific Computing, Computer Arithmetic, and Validated Numerics, October 4 - 8, 2004, Fukuoka, Japan.

  6. 2004: Scientific Committee for PARA04, Workshop on the State-of-the-Art in Scientific Computing, June 20-23, 2004 Copenhagen.

  7. 2004: Organizing Committee, AD 2004: The 4th International Conference on Automatic Differentiation, Chicago, IL, July 19-23, 2004.

  8. 2004: I led an effort within the interval analysis research community to challenge the submission by Sun Microsystems of about 25 patent applications on material we believe to have appeared in the literature previously. I conducted research into the prior art, submitted a report, participated in several discussions with Sun management and attorneys, and tried to help the interval research community better understand the patent process.

  9. 2002 May 22-24: Lead organizer of SIAM Workshop on Validated Computing, Toronto, 80 participants.

  10. 2002 May 26-30: Co-organizer & Chair of Fields Institute Workshop on Validated ODE’s, University of Toronto.

  11. 2000: Organizing Committee, Automatic Differentiation 2000: From Simulation to Optimization, Nice, France, June, 2000.

  12. 1996: SIAM Computational Differentiation Workshop, Santa Fe, New Mexico, February 12 - 15, 1996.

  13. 1991: Organizing Committee, SIAM Workshop on the Automatic Differentiation of Algorithms in Breckenridge, Colorado, January 6 - 8, 1991.



Publications – Books edited:


  1. Martin Bücker, George Corliss, Paul Hovland, Uwe Naumann, and Boyana Norris, eds. Automatic Differentiation: Applications, Theory, and Tools, Springer Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering, 2005.

  2. George Corliss, Christèle Faure, Andreas Griewank, Laurent Hascoët, and Uwe Naumann, eds. Automatic Differentiation: From Simulation to Optimization, Springer, New York, 2002.

  3. Martin Berz, Christian Bischof, George Corliss, and Andreas Griewank, eds. Computational Differentiation: Techniques, Applications, and Tools, SIAM, Philadelphia, 1996.

  4. Klatte, R., Kulisch, U., Lawo, C., Rauch, M., and Wiethoff, A., C-XSC: A C++ Class Library for Extended Scientific Computing, translated by Corliss, G., Lawo, C., Klatte, R., Wiethoff, A., and Wolff, C., Springer Verlag, Berlin, 1993.

  5. Klatte, R., Kulisch, U., Neaga, M., Ratz, D., and Ullrich, Ch., PASCAL-XSC Language Reference with Examples, translated by Klatte, R., Ratz, D., and Corliss, G., Springer Verlag, 1992.

  6. Andreas Griewank and George F. Corliss, eds. Automatic Differentiation of Algorithms: Theory, Implementation, and Application, SIAM, Philadelphia, Penn., 1991.



Publications – Fully refereed journal articles:


  1. Joshua A. Enszer, Youdong Lin, Scott Ferson, George F. Corliss, Mark A. Stadtherr, Probability Bounds Analysis for Nonlinear Dynamic Process Models, to appear, AIChE Journal, 2010.

  2. George F. Corliss and John D. Pryce, Interval Arithmetic with Containment Sets, Computing 78(3): 251-276 (2006).

  3. George F. Corliss, Chris Foley, and R. Baker Kearfott, Formulation for Reliable Analysis of Structural Frames, Reliable Computing, 13/2, 2005, pp. 125-147.

  4. Ned S. Nedialkov (student), Ken R. Jackson, and George F. Corliss, Validated Solutions of Initial Value Problems for Ordinary Differential Equations, Appl. Math. & Comp., 105 (1), 1999, pp. 21-68.

  5. George F. Corliss, and Weldon A Lodwick, Correct Computation of Solutions of Differential Algebraic Control Equations, Zeitschrift für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik (ZAMM) special issue ``Numerical Analysis, Scientific Computing, Computer Science'', 1996, pp. 37-40.

  6. Y.F. Chang and George F. Corliss, ATOMFT: Solving ODEs and DAEs Using Taylor Series, Computers and Mathematics with Applications, 28/10-12, 1995, pp. 209-233.

  7. Andreas Griewank, Christian Bischof, George F. Corliss, Alan Carle, and Karen Williamson, Derivative Convergence for Iterative Equation Solvers, Optimization Methods and Software, vol. 2, 1993, pp 321-355.

  8. Christian Bischof, George F. Corliss, and Andreas Griewank, Structured Second- and Higher-Order Derivatives through Univariate Taylor Series, Optimization Methods and Software Vol. 2, 1993, 211-232.

  9. Christian Bischof, Alan Carle, George F. Corliss, Andreas Griewank, and Paul Hovland, ADIFOR -- Generating Derivative Codes from Fortran Programs, Scientific Programming, vol. 1, 1992, pp. 11-29.

  10. George F. Corliss and Louis B. Rall, Computing the Range of Derivatives, IMACS Annals on Computing and Applied Mathematics, Edgar Kaucher, S.M. Markov, and Gunter Mayer, eds., Vol. 12, J. C. Baltzer AG, 1991, pp. 195-212.

  11. Christian Bischof, George F. Corliss, Larry Green, Andreas Griewank, Ken Haigler, and Perry Newman, Automatic Differentiation of Advanced CFD Codes for Multidisciplinary Design, Journal on Computing Systems in Engineering, Vol. 3, No. 6, 1992, 625-637.

  12. George F. Corliss, Survey of Interval Algorithms for Ordinary Differential Equations, Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computation, 31, 1989, pp. 112-120.

  13. George F. Corliss and Gary S. Krenz, Indefinite Integration with Validation, ACM Trans. Math. Software, 15, 1989, pp. 375-393.

  14. George F. Corliss and Louis B. Rall, Adaptive, Self-Validating Numerical Quadrature, SIAM Journal on Scientific and Statistical Computing, 8/5, 1987, pp. 831-847.

  15. George F. Corliss, How is the Teaching of Software Engineering Related to the Teaching of ADA? Journal of Pascal, Ada, and Modula-2, May/June, 1984, pp. 31-33.

  16. George F. Corliss, On Computing Darboux Type Series Analysis, Nonlinear Analysis, Theory, Methods & Applications, V. 7, 1983, pp. 1247-1253.

  17. Y. F. Chang and George F. Corliss, Solving Ordinary Differential Equations Using Taylor Series, ACM Trans. Math. Software, 8, 1982, pp. 114-144. This is probably my single most influential paper.

  18. Y. F. Chang, George F. Corliss, Michael Tabor, and John Weiss, On the Analytic Structure of the Henon Heiles System, Phys. Letters A, 1981.

  19. George F. Corliss, Integrating ODE's in the Complex Plane-Pole Vaulting, Math. Comput., 35, 1980, pp. 1181-1189.

  20. Y. F. Chang and George F. Corliss, Ratio-like and Recurrence Relation Tests for Convergence of Series, J. Inst. Math. Appl., V. 25, 1980, pp. 349-359.

  21. George F. Corliss and David Lowery (student), Choosing a Stepsize for Taylor Series Methods for Solving ODE's, J. Comp. & Appl. Math., 4, 1977, pp. 251-256.

  22. George F. Corliss, Which Root Does the Bisection Algorithm Find? SIAM Reviews, 1977, pp. 325-327.

  23. George F. Corliss, Computer Graphics Assisted Numerical Analysis Instruction, Computers and Graphics, 1976, pp. 11-13.

  24. George F. Corliss, Parallel Rootfinding Algorithms, Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Mathematics, Michigan State University, 1974.

  25. George F. Corliss, Managing the Football Equipment, Scholastic Coach, 1969, pp. 46-48. Not a technical paper, but I wrote it unsupervised as a college junior, and it received more editorial review than any paper I’ve published since.



Publications – Fully refereed book chapters:


  1. George F. Corliss and Jun Yu (student), Interval Testing Strategies Applied to COSY's Interval and Taylor Model Arithmetic, in Springer Lectures Notes on Computer Science (LNCS no. 2992), Numerical Software with Result Verification: Platforms, Algorithms, Applications in Engineering, Physics, and Economics, Rene' Alt, Andreas Frommer, R. Baker Kearfott, Wolfram Luther eds., 2004, pp. 91 – 105.

  2. George F. Corliss and R. Baker Kearfott, Rigorous Global Search: Industrial Applications, in Developments in Reliable Computing, Tibor Csendes (ed.), Kluwer, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 1999, pp. 1-16.

  3. George F. Corliss, Which Root Does the Bisection Algorithm Find? In Mathematical Modeling: Classroom Notes in Applied Mathematics, Murray S. Klamkin (ed.), SIAM, Philadelphia, 1997, pp. 186-188. Reprinting of earlier fully refereed paper.

  4. Andreas Griewank, George F. Corliss, Petra Henneberger, Gabriella Kirlinger, Florian A. Potra, and Hans J. Stetter, High-Order Stiff ODE Solvers via Automatic Differentiation and Rational Prediction, in Numerical Analysis and Its Applications, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, No. 1196, Springer, Berlin, 1997, pp. 114-125.

  5. George F. Corliss and Robert Rihm, Validating an A Priori Enclosure Using High-Order Taylor Series, in Scientific Computing, Computer Arithmetic, and Validated Numerics, G. Alefeld and A. Frommer (eds.), Akademie Verlag, Berlin, 1996, pp. 228--238.

  6. George F. Corliss, Where Is Validated ODE Solving Going? In Proceedings of the IMACS-GAMM International Symposium on Numerical Methods and Error Bounds, J. Herzberger, ed. Akademie Verlag, Berlin, 1996, pp. 48-57.

  7. Louis Rall and George F. Corliss, Introduction to Automatic Differentiation, in Computational Differentiation: Techniques, Applications, and Tools, Martin Berz, Christian Bischof, George Corliss, and Andreas Griewank, eds., SIAM, Philadelphia, 1996.

  8. George F. Corliss, Guaranteed Error Bounds for Ordinary Differential Equations, in Ainsworth, Levesley, Light, and Marletta (eds.), in Theory of Numerics in Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations, Oxford University Press, 1995, pp. 1 - 75. Lecture notes for a sequence of five lectures at the VI-th SERC Numerical Analysis Summer School, Leicester University, 25 – 29 July, 1994.

  9. Christian H. Bischof, Alan Carle, George F. Corliss, and Andreas Griewank, ADIFOR: Automatic Differentiation in a Source Translation Environment, in Proceedings of the International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation, Paul S. Wang (ed.), ACM Press, New York, 1992, pp. 294-302.

  10. Gabriella Kirlinger and George F. Corliss, On Implicit Taylor Series Methods for Stiff ODEs, in Proceedings of SCAN 1991: International Symposium on Computer Arithmetic and Scientific Computing (Oldenburg, October 1 - 4, 1991), J. Herzberger (ed.), IMACS Annals on Computing and Applied Mathematics.

  11. Robert M. Corless and George F. Corliss, Rationale for Guaranteed ODE Defect Control, in Proceedings of SCAN 1991: International Symposium on Computer Arithmetic and Scientific Computing (Oldenburg, October 1 - 4, 1991), J. Herzberger (ed.), IMACS Annals on Computing and Applied Mathematics

  12. George F. Corliss, Overloading Point and Interval Taylor Operators, in Automatic Differentiation of Algorithms: Theory, Implementation, and Application, Andreas Griewank and George F. Corliss, (eds.), SIAM, Philadelphia, PA, 1991, pp. 139-146.

  13. George F. Corliss, Christian Bischof, Andreas Griewank, Steven J. Wright, and Thomas Robey, Automatic Differentiation for PDEs - Unsaturated Flow Case Study, in Advances in Computer Methods for Partial Differential Equations - VII, Robert Vichnevetshi, Doyle Knight, and Gerard Richter (eds.), IMACS, New Brunswick, NJ, 1992, 150-156.

  14. George F. Corliss and Y. F. Chang, G-Stop Facility in ATOMFT, a Taylor Series Ordinary Differential Equation Solver, in Computational Ordinary Differential Equations, Simeon Ola Fatunla (ed.), University Press, 1992, pp. 37-77.

  15. George F. Corliss, Overloading Point and Interval Taylor Operators, in Automatic Differentiation of Algorithms: Theory, Implementation, and Application, Andreas Griewank, and George F. Corliss (eds.), SIAM, 1991, pp. 139-146.

  16. George F. Corliss, Validated Anti-Derivatives, in Computer Aided Proofs in Analysis (Cincinnati, Ohio, March, 1989), Kenneth R. Meyer and Dieter S. Schmidt (eds.), Springer IMA Volumes in Mathematics and Its Applications, No. 28, 1991, pp. 90-96.

  17. George F. Corliss, Industrial Applications of Interval Techniques, in Computer Arithmetic and Self-Validating Numerical Methods, Notes and Reports in Mathematics in Science and Engineering, No. 7, Christian Ullrich (ed.), Academic Press, 1990, pp. 91-113.

  18. George F. Corliss, Applications of Differentiation Arithmetic, in Proceedings of the International Workshop on Reliability in Computing - The Role of Interval Methods in Scientific Computing (Columbus, Ohio, 1987), Ramon E. Moore (ed.), Academic Press, NY, 1988, pp. 127-148.

  19. George F. Corliss, Performance of Self-Validating Adaptive Quadrature, in Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Workshop on Numerical Integration: Recent Developments, Software and Applications, Patrick Keast and Grame Fairweather (eds.), Reidel, Boston, 1987, pp. 239-259.

  20. George F. Corliss, Computing Narrow Inclusions for Definite Integrals, in Computer Arithmetic: Scientific Computation and Programming Languages, Edgar Kaucher, Ulrich Kulisch, and Christian Ullrich (eds.), Teubner, Stuttgart, 1987, pp. 150-169.



Publications – Lightly refereed or edited:
I assign work to this category if there was some external quality control, but low probability of rejection.


  1. George F. Corliss, R. Baker Kearfott, Ned Nedialkov, John D. Pryce, Spencer Smith, Interval Subroutine Library Mission, in Reliable Implementation of Real Number Algorithms: Theory and Practice, in the LNCS series of Springer Verlag, P. Hertling, C. Hoffmann, W. Luther, and N. Revol, eds. , 2008: pp. 28-43.

  2. John D. Pryce, George F. Corliss, R. Baker Kearfott, Nedialko S. Nedialkov, Spencer Smith: Second Note on Basic Interval Arithmetic for IEEE754R. Numerical Validation in Current Hardware Architectures, 2008.

  3. George F. Corliss, An Industrial Mathematics Program, in War Stories from Applied Math: Undergraduate Consultancy Projects, Robert Fraga, ed., MAA Notes #71, Mathematical Association of America, Washington, D.C., 2007, pp. 5 – 24. Kick-off article from which the book title is taken.

  4. George F. Corliss, Course Integration, in War Stories from Applied Math: Undergraduate Consultancy Projects, Robert Fraga, ed., MAA Notes #71, Mathematical Association of America, Washington, D.C., 2007, pp. 47 – 54.

  5. George F. Corliss and Kaj Madsen, Second Scandinavian Workshop on Interval Methods and Their Applications, Reliable Computing, 12/2, April 2006, pp. 167 – 169.

  6. H. Martin Brücker and George F. Corliss, A Bibliography of Automatic Differentiation, in Automatic Differentiation: Applications, Theory, and Implementations, 2005, pp. 319 – 352.

  7. George F. Corliss, Automatic Differentiation Bibliography, in Automatic Differentiation: From Simulation to Optimization, George Corliss, Christèle Faure, Andreas Griewank, Laurent Hascoët, and Uwe Naumann (eds.), Springer, New York, 2002.

  8. George F. Corliss and Louis B. Rall, Bounding Derivative Ranges, in Encyclopedia of Optimization, vol. 1, Panos M. Pardalos and C. A. Floudas (eds.), Kluwer, Dordrecht, 2001, pp. 209 - 215.

  9. Louis B. Rall and George F. Corliss, Automatic Differentiation: Point and Interval, in Encyclopedia of Optimization, vol. 1, Panos M. Pardalos and C. A. Floudas (eds.), Kluwer, Dordrecht, 2001, pp. 108 - 113.

  10. James B. Walters (student) and George F. Corliss, Automatic Differentiation: Point and Interval Taylor Operators, in Encyclopedia of Optimization, vol. 1, Panos M. Pardalos and C. A. Floudas (eds.), Kluwer, Dordrecht, 2001, pp. 113 - 118.

  11. George F. Corliss, SCAN '98 Collected Bibliography, in Developments in Reliable Computing, Tibor Csendes (ed.), Kluwer, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 1999, pp. 383-402.

  12. Paulina Chin (student), Robert M. Corless, and George F. Corliss, Optimization Strategies for the Floating-Point GCD, in Proceedings of the 1998 International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation (ISAAC '98), Oliver Gloor (ed.), ACM Press, New York, 1998, pp. 228-235.

  13. Wenhong Yang (student) and George F. Corliss, Bibliography for Automatic Differentiation, in Computational Differentiation: Techniques, Applications, and Tools, Martin Berz, Christian Bischof, George Corliss, and Andreas Griewank, eds., SIAM, Philadelphia, 1996.

  14. George F. Corliss, Automatic Differentiation Bibliography, in Automatic Differentiation of Algorithms: Theory, Implementation, and Application, Andreas Griewank and George F. Corliss (eds.), SIAM, Philadelphia, PA, 1991, pp. 331-353.

  15. George F. Corliss, Design of Ada Library of Elementary Functions with Error Handling, Journal on Pascal, Ada, and Modula-2, 6, 1987.

  16. George F. Corliss, A Search for Interactive Computer Graphics Lessons in Numerical Analysis, SIGSCE Bulletin, June, 1978.

  17. George F. Corliss, Finding Eigenfunction Expansions of PDE's Using Taylor Series, Abstract appeared in Notices of the AMS, pp. A-161, 1978.



Publications – Conference proceedings (lightly refereed) (incomplete):


  1. Joshua A. Enszer (student), Youdong Lin (student), Scott Ferson, George Corliss, and Mark Stadtherr, Propagating Uncertainties in Modeling Nonlinear Dynamical Systems, 3rd International Workshop on Reliable Engineering Computing, Savannah GA, 2008.

  2. Nancy Sobczak (student), Peter Tonellato, George Corliss, and Martin Seitz, Cluster Methodology Defines Archetype Sentinel Consomic Rats, IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence, 2007.

  3. Mohamad Mneimneh (student), George Corliss, and Richard Povinelli, A Cardiac Electro-physiological Model Based Approach for Filtering High Frequency ECE Noise, Computers in Cardiology, 2007, Durham, NC, pp. 109-113.

  4. Xin Feng, Richard Kelnhofer (student), and George F. Corliss, A New Interval Bounding Algorithm for Parameter Estimation from Bounded Error Data, in Proceedings of IFAC '99: 14th World Congress of International Federation of Automatic Control (Beijing, China, July 1999).

  5. Chang, Y.F. and Corliss, George F., Solving control problems with multiple constraints, Proceedings of the 13th IMACS World Congress on Computation and Applied Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, July 22-26, 1992, pp. 1331 - 1332.

  6. Ron Brown and George F. Corliss, Optimal Acceleration of the Bifilar Hybrid Step Motor with a Chopper Drive, in Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Symposium on Incremental Motion Control Systems and Devices, Incremental Motion Control Society, Champaign, IL, 1987, pp. 205-209.

  7. George F. Corliss and Louis B. Rall, Adaptive, Self-Validating Numerical Quadrature, in Transactions of the Third Army Conference on Applied Mathematics & Computing, 1984.

  8. George F. Corliss and Louis B. Rall, Automatic Generation of Taylor Series in Pascal-SC: Basic Operations and Applications to Ordinary Differential Equations, in Transactions of the First Army Conference on Applied Mathematics & Computing, 1984.

  9. George F. Corliss, Using ADA as a Design Language-Classroom Experience, in Proceedings of the ACM 1983 Annual Conference, pp. 66-71.

  10. George F. Corliss, Taylor Series Methods with Variable Stepsize Ratio and Variable order, working papers for the 1979 SIGNUM Meeting on Numerical Ordinary Differential Equations, 1979, University of Illinois, Dept. of Computer Science, Technical Report, pp. 14-1 - 14-3. Abstract appeared in ACM SIGNUM Newsletter, June, 1979.

  11. Y. F. Chang, George F. Corliss, John Fauss, and Manuel Prieto, Convergence Analysis of Compound Taylor Series, in Proceedings of the Eighth Manitoba Conference on Numerical Mathematics and Computing, University of Manitoba, 1978, pp. 129-152.

  12. George F. Corliss, Integrating ODE's along Paths on Riemann Surfaces, in Proceedings of the Seventh Conference on Numerical Mathematics and Computing, University of Manitoba, 1977, pp. 279-296.

  13. George F. Corliss and Y.F. Chang, Three- and Five-Term Convergence Tests, in Proceedings of the Sixth Conference on Numerical Mathematics and Computing, University of Manitoba, 1976, pp. 135-153.




Technical reports, preprints, and other unrefereed publications (incomplete):


  1. Rohan O. Kennedy, George F. Corliss, and Ronald H. Brown, Analysis of Customer Data to Detect Meter Anomalies, GasDay Technical Report, June, 2006.

  2. George F. Corliss, Testing COSY’s INSRF, Technical Report, Michigan State University Department of Physics and Astronomy, 2003.

  3. George F. Corliss and Andreas Griewank, Operator Overloading as an Enabling Technology for Automatic Differentiation, Marquette University Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Technical Report No. 431, April 1996.

  4. George F. Corliss and Weldon Lodwick, Role of Constraints in the Validated Solution of DAE’s, Marquette University Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Technical Report No. 430, March 1996.

  5. George F. Corliss, Where is Validated ODE Solving Going?, Marquette University, MSCS, Technical Report No. 423, June 1995.

  6. George F. Corliss, Correct Computation of Solutions of Differential Algebraic Control Equations, Marquette University MSCS, Technical Report No. 422, June 1995.

  7. George F. Corliss, Introduction to Validated ODE Solving, Technical Report No. 416, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science (MSCS), Marquette University, March 1995.

  8. George F. Corliss, Selected Validated ODE Bibliography, 127 bibliographic references.

  9. George F. Corliss, Automatic Differentiation Bibliography, 517 bibliographic references.

  10. George F. Corliss, Representing Intervals in a Computer Algebra System, report for IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, 1994.

  11. Christian Bischof, George Corliss, Larry Green, Andreas Griewank, Haigler, K., and Newman, Perry, Automatic Differentiation of Advanced CFD Codes for Multidisciplinary Design, Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, January 1993, MCS-P339-1192.

  12. George Corliss, ADIFOR Case Study: VODE + ADIFOR, Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, August 1992, ANL/MCS-TM-168.

  13. George Corliss, Automatic Differentiation Bibliography, Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, July 1992, ANL/MCS-TM-167.

  14. George Corliss, Andreas Griewank, Tom Robey, and Steve Wright, Automatic Differentiation Applied to Unsaturated Flow - ADOL-C Case Study, Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, April 1992, ANL/MCS-TM-162.

  15. Christian Bischof, George Corliss, and Andreas Griewank, Hybrid Evaluation of Second Derivatives in ADIFOR, Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, May 1992, ANL/MCS-TM-166.

  16. Christian Bischof, Alan Carle, George Corliss, Moe El-Khadiri, Paul Hovland, and Andreas Griewank, Getting Started with ADIFOR, Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, 1992, ANL/MCS-TM-164.

  17. Christian Bischof, George Corliss, and Andreas Griewank, Structured Second- and Higher-Order Derivatives Through Univariate Taylor Series, Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, March 1992, MCS-P296-0392.

  18. Christian Bischof, Alan Carle, George Corliss, and Andreas Griewank, ADIFOR: Automatic differentiation in a source translation environment, Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne Natl. Lab., Jan. 1992, MCS-P288-0192.

  19. Christian Bischof, Alan Carle, George Corliss, Andreas Griewank, and Paul Hovland, ADIFOR: Fortran source translation for efficient derivatives, Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne Natl. Lab., Dec. 1991, MCS-P278-1291.

  20. Christian Bischof, George Corliss, and Andreas Griewank, ADIFOR exception handling, Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne Natl. Lab., Jan. 1992, ANL/MCS-TM-159.

  21. Kirlinger, Gabriella and Corliss, George F., On implicit Taylor series methods for stiff ODEs, Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne Natl. Lab., Dec. 1991, MCS-P272-1191.

  22. Corless, Robert and Corliss, George F., Rationale for guaranteed ODE defect control, Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne Natl. Lab., Dec. 1991, MCS-P273-1191.

  23. Christian Bischof, Alan Carle, George Corliss, Andreas Griewank, and Paul Hovland, Generating derivative codes from Fortran programs, Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne Natl. Lab., 1991, MCS-P263-0991.

  24. George F. Corliss, Reports for Biotronics, Inc.: 5-Point Derivative Formulas, Smoothing Sampled Reflectance Spectra, How Should the Discrete Fourier Transform Be Interpreted?, Rotation of Vectors, Orthonormality vs. Uncorrolated Vectors, 1990.

  25. George F. Corliss, Introduction to C Programming, submitted to Strong/Corneliuson Financial Management, Dec., 1990.

  26. George F. Corliss, Software Development Lifecycle, submitted to Strong/Corneliuson Financial Management, June, 1989.

  27. Chang, Y. F., Corliss, George F., and Deshpande, Prajwal, G-stop facility in ATOMFT: User manual, Technical Report No. 307, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Marquette University, April, 1989.

  28. George F. Corliss, Self-Validating Adaptive Quadrature: User Manual Addendum, January, 1989.

  29. George F. Corliss, Survey of interval algorithms for ordinary differential equations, Technical Report No. 302, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Marquette University, December, 1988.

  30. George F. Corliss, How can you apply interval techniques in an industrial setting? Technical Report No. 301, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Marquette University, December, 1988.

  31. Williams, Donald L., Kemp, L. Franklin, Corliss, George F., and Cairns, Thomas W., Interval methods for ensuring computational accuracy, Report No. F88-C-13, Amoco Production Company, Tulsa, OK, December, 1988.

  32. Davis, Paul H., Corliss, George F., and Krenz, Gary S., Bibliography on methods and techniques in differentiation arithmetic, Report No. AM-88-09, Bristol University, Bristol, England, September, 1988.

  33. Davis, Paul H., Stephens, Bruce, Corliss, George F., and Krenz, Gary S., Specification of a preprocessor for use with differentiation arithmetic, September, 1988.

  34. Corliss, George F., Krenz, Gary S., and Davis, Paul H., Bibliography on interval methods for the solution of ordinary differential equations, Technical Report No. 289, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Marquette University, September, 1988.

  35. George F. Corliss, Interval techniques for tight, guaranteed bounds, Technical Report #272, Marquette University, Dept. of Math/Stat., December 1987.

  36. George F. Corliss and Gary Krenz, Interval methods for ordinary differential equations: Survey and future directions, Technical Report #267, Marquette University, Dept. of Math/Stat., November 1987.

  37. George F. Corliss and Gary Krenz, Bibliography on interval methods for the solution of ordinary differential equations, Technical Report #260, Marquette University, Dept. of Math/Stat., August 1987, joint with Gary Krenz.

  38. George F. Corliss, Roll Your Own Help Files, Madison Area PC Users' Group Newsletter, 1986.

  39. George F. Corliss, Douglas Harris and Karl Byleen, Numerical Calculus Notes for MSCS 075, 172 pages, 1986. Printed and copyrighted. Revised and expanded to 242 pages, 1987; 256 pages, 1988.

  40. George F. Corliss, Computing Narrow Inclusions for Definite Integrals, University of Wisconsin Mathematics Research Center, Technical Report #2913, 1986.

  41. George F. Corliss and Louis B. Rall, Adaptive, Self-Validating Numerical Quadrature, University of Wisconsin Mathematics Research Center, Technical Report #2815.

  42. George F. Corliss, Issue paper: Writing SFUN in Ada, 26 pages, submitted to IMSL, 1984.

  43. George F. Corliss and Louis B. Rall, Automatic Generation of Taylor Series in Pascal-SC: Basic Operations and Applications to Ordinary Differential Equations, joint with L. B. Rall, University of Wisconsin Mathematics Research Center Technical Report #2497, 1983.

  44. George F. Corliss, Self -validating numerical quadrature software package for IBM-Germany Research and Development Lab, 1984.

  45. George F. Corliss, Error handling, LOG, SORT, and AINT: Issue paper, 29 pages, submitted to IMSL, 1984.

  46. George F. Corliss, What Code Does the Super Brain Keyboard Send?, Super Letter, Dec./Jan. Newsletter of the Super Brain Users' Group, 1983.

  47. Y. F. Chang and George F. Corliss, Compiler for the Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations Using Taylor Series, Technical Report, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Marquette University, 1981, 93 pages.

  48. Y. F. Chang, Roy Morris and George F. Corliss, ATSMCC Users Manual, Technical Report, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Marquette University,1980.

  49. Y. F. Chang, Roy Morris and George F. Corliss, A Portable Automatic Taylor Series (ATS) Compiler for Solving Ordinary Differential Equations, working papers, University of Illinois, Dept. of Computer Science, Technical Report, pp. 38-1 - 38-2, 1979.

  50. George F. Corliss, How to Use the Mathematics Instruction Package on CMS, University of Nebraska Dept. of Computer Science Report, 86 pages, 1978.

  51. George F. Corliss, Computer Graphics Assisted Instruction at University of Nebraska - Lincoln, University of Nebraska Dept. of Computer Science Report, 1 87 pages, 1977.



Seminars and Speeches Given – International invitations (incomplete):


  1. GasDay: Making Money from Mathematics,
    2009 Nov 20: Schloss Dagstuhl Seminar 09471, Computer-Assisted Proofs: Tools, Methods, and Applications

  2. Towards an Interval Subroutine Library,
    2006 Jan 5: Mathematical Software in Applied Mathematics, London Mathematics Society and Cardiff School of Mathematics
    2006 Jan 10: Schloss Dagstuhl Seminar 06021, Reliable Implementation of Real Number Algorithms: Theory and Practice
    2006 Jan 17: University of Szeged, Hungary, Dept. of Applied Informatics

  3. Interval Subroutine Library? Technical University of Denmark, August 29, 2005.

  4. Intervals in Structural Engineering, presented at Second Scandinavian Workshop on Interval Methods and Their Applications Technical University of Denmark, Aug. 25, 2005. 40 minute invited keynote address.

  5. Tutorial on Validated Scientific Computing Using Interval Analysis: Interval Arithmetic, Algorithms, and Tools, Second Scandinavian Workshop on INTERVAL METHODS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS, Technical University of Denmark, August 24, 2005. Full day invited tutorial.

  6. Validated Methods for IVPs for ODEs, SciCADE 2005, Nagoya, Japan, May 23-27, 2005

  7. Formulation for Reliable Analysis of Structural Frames,
    Fields Institute, University of Toronto, Dec. 7, 2004
    McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Dec. 6, 2004.

  8. Automatic Differentiation, AD 2004: The 4th International Conference on Automatic Differentiation, Chicago, IL, July 19-23, 2004.

  9. Validated Scientific Computing Using Interval Analysis, PARA'04: Workshop on State-of-the-Art in Scientific Computing, Technical University of Denmark, June 20, 2004.

  10. Applying Global Optimization in Structural Engineering, PARA'04: Workshop on State-of-the-Art in Scientific Computing, Technical University of Denmark, June 22, 2004.

  11. Applying Global Optimization in Structural Engineering, keynote speaker, Joint University of Hertfordshire/Cranfield University Automatic Differentiation Workshop, Hatfield, United Kingdom, Nov. 27, 2003.

  12. 2003 Aug 14-16: Survey of Interval Methods for ODE’s, highlighted talk at the First Scandinavian Workshop on Interval Methods and Their Applications, Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby

  13. 2003 Jan 19-24: Testing COSY's Interval and Taylor Model Arithmetic, Keynote talk, Numerical Software with Result Verification, Schloss Dagstuhl, International Conference and Research Center for Computer Science, Germany

  14. 2002 May 22: SIAM Workshop on Validated Computing, invited 3 hour short course, Tutorial on Validated Techniques, Interval Arithmetic, and Related Tools



Seminars and Speeches Given – Conferences (incomplete):


  1. 2010 Jun 20-23: Ronald H. Brown (presenter), Yifan Li, Bo Pang, Steven R. Vitullo, and George F. Corliss. Detrending Daily Natural Gas Demand Data Using Domain Knowledge.  30th International Symposium on Forecasting.  San Diego, CA.

  2. 2010 Jun 20-23: Steven R. Vitullo (presenter), Ronald H. Brown, Monica Adya, and George F. Corliss.  Disaggregating Time Series Energy Consumption Data.  30th International Symposium on Forecasting.  San Diego, CA.

  3. 2010 Jun 20-23: Steven R. Vitullo (presenter), Ronald H. Brown, Monica Adya, and George F. Corliss.  Disaggregating United States Real Gross Domestic Product.  30th International Symposium on Forecasting.  San Diego, CA.

  4. 2009 Aug 20: Water Demand Forecasts, Industry/University Cooperative Research Center Workshop, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.

  5. 2009 Jun 12: Forecasting Customer Demand for Natural Gas, Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society, London, Ontario Canada.

  6. 2006 Oct 18: George Corliss (presenter) Chris Spriggs and Rohan Kennedy, Art and Science of Finding Lost and Unaccounted-for Natural Gas, Gas Forecasters Forum, Albuquerque, NM.

  7. 2005 Jun 10: Validated Scientific Computing Using Interval Analysis, Department of Applied Mathematics, Beijing Institute of Technology

  8. 2005 Jun 7: Applying Global Optimization in Structural Engineering, Colloquium in the Department of Automatic Control, Beijing Institute of Technology

  9. 2004 Dec: Vladik Kreinovich (presenter) and George Corliss, Validated Scientific Computing Using Interval Analysis, 3rd Annual Taylor Model Workshop, Miami Beach, FL.

  10. Formulation for Reliable Analysis of Structural Frames,
    Rice University, Houston, Nov. 5, 2004
    Rose-Hulman, Terra Haute, IN, Oct. 22, 2005

  11. 2004 Sep 16: George Corliss (presenter), Chris Foley, R. Baker Kearfott, Formulation for Reliable Analysis of Structural Frames, NSF Workshop on Reliable Engineering Computing, Savannah, Georgia.

  12. 2004 Mar 9: Michelle Robinson (presenter) and George Corliss, Design of an automated system for scheduling student rotations, 81st Annual Session of the American Dental Education Association, Seattle, WA.

  13. 2004 Mar: University of Louisiana at Lafayette:
    Interval Analysis Applied to Structural Engineering,
    Interval Analysis Applied to ODE Parameter Identification,
    Applying Global Optimization in Structural Engineering.


  14. 2004 Mar 13: Applying Global Optimization in Structural Engineering, National Conference for Engineering Student Councils, held at Marquette University

  15. 2003 Dec 20: Applying Global Optimization in Structural Engineering, Workshop on Taylor Models, Miami.

  16. 2002 Dec 16: Miami Beach Workshop on Taylor Models, Testing COSY’s Interval Arithmetic, joint with Jun Yu

  17. 2002 Dec 18: Miami Beach Workshop on Taylor Models, Exception Handling


Seminars and Speeches Given – University colloquia (incomplete):


  1. 2008 Dec 14: We Revel in the Abnormal, Seminar at NiSource: Columbia Gas of Ohio

  2. 2008 Mar 18: Automatic Differentiation, Optimization Seminar, University of Colorado – Denver.

  3. 2008 Mar 18: Validated Methods for IVPs for ODEs, Mathematics Colloquium, University of Colorado – Denver.

  4. 2007 Mar 2: Making Money from Math?, Applied Mathematics Seminar, University of Texas at El Paso

  5. 2006 Sep 28: GasDay, UW Platteville

  6. 2006 Jun 15: Analysis of Customer Data to Detect Meter Anomalies, Oklahoma Natural Gas. Joint with Rohan Kennedy and Ronald H. Brown.

  7. 2006 Feb 6: Towards an Interval Subroutine Library, MAS Research Group, University of Notre Dame, West Bend, IN

  8. 2005 Sep 15: Validated Methods for IVPs for ODEs, Center for Applied Math, University of Notre Dame.

  9. 2005 Jan 7: Applications of Mathematics, La Veda Llena, Albuquerque, NM.

  10. 2003 Sep 22: Software Testing, Strong Financial Corp., Menomonie Falls, WI.

  11. 2003 Jun 9: McMaster, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Validated Numerical Optimization

  12. 2003 Jun 10: McMaster, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Software Testing

  13. 2002 Oct 24: Michigan Technical University, Houghton, Validated Numerical Optimization

  14. 2002 Oct 25: Michigan Technical University, Houghton, Automatic Differentiation

  15. 2002 May 29: Fields Institute, University of Toronto, Applications of Validated Computation

  16. 2002 Mar: University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada, Validated Numerical Optimization



Seminars and Speeches Given – Marquette colloquia and seminars (incomplete):


  1. 2008 Nov 12: Forecasting Natural Gas Consumption, MU ACM Student Chapter

  2. 2008 Sep 11: Making Money from Math?, MU MSCS Colloquium

  3. 2008 Sep 2: On Writing, MU EECE Graduate Student Seminar

  4. 2007 Aug 10 & 2006 Dec 7: Innovation at the University, presented as part of “Principles of American Higher Education Administration” to visiting Beijing Institute of Technology administrators

  5. 2003 Mar: Bioinformatics Research Center, Medical College of Wisconsin, Capability Maturity Model

  6. 2002 Nov 1: Bioinformatics Research Center, Medical College of Wisconsin, Software Testing

  7. 2002 Apr 18, MU EECE Computational Intelligence seminar, Tutorial on Interval Arithmetic

  8. 2002 Apr 19: Initiation banquet speaker for Phi Beta Kappa, Marquette Chapter, Being 'Liberal' in a Technical World

  9. 2002 Jan 18: MU Biomedical Engineering Brotz Seminar, Rigorous Solutions to Industrial Problems

  10. 2001 Sep: MU Electrical and Computer Engineering Colloquium, Validated Numerical Optimization



Industrial collaborations (see also Funded Research):
In 2005, for example, I reported meaningful technical discussions with representatives of the following firms:


3M Industrial Advisory Board:

  • Oracle

  • GE Healthcare

  • Rockwell

  • Children’s Health Systems

  • Briggs & Stratton

  • Accenture

  • Keane

  • SecurePipe

  • Direct Supply

  • Northwestern Mutual

With GasDay:

  • Several natural gas local distribution companies

Other contacts:

  • Repete Corp

  • Centare Group

  • Revere Group

  • IT Fusion Business Center

  • CCISAP Consulting

  • Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership

  • 3M Touch Systems

  • Techteriors

  • Aurora Health Care



  1. [Not updated recently.]

  2. 2003: NCIAA. $16,000 to develop a web-based interface to GasDay. Joint with Ron Brown.

  3. 2001: Umlaut Casting, Chicago. Web site development.

  4. 2000 – 2003: Marquette University ITS. Portal and Imaging projects. Team of 3 – 5 GRA’s prepared specifications for Web portal. Team of 1 – 4 GRA’s did business analysis and implementation of Feith imaging systems for about 15 university units.

  5. 1998-99: Compuware & Aurora Health Care. I spent a sabbatical leave from June 1, 1998 - August 13, 1999 as a senior systems analyst at Compuware, a large, international computer consulting firm that employs several of my former students. Compuware placed me at Aurora Health Care doing Y2K project management.

  6. 1998: Harken, Pewaukee. E-commerce, Web site development. Harken is the world's leading supplier of high-performance yacht racing equipment.

  7. 1998: Miner & Associates, Milwaukee. Web site development.

  8. 1997-98: Sun Microsystems. Software and applications for interval techniques for global solutions of nonlinear systems and optimization:

    • Bank One. Portfolio management using global optimization.

    • Swiss National Bank. Modeling international currency trading using global optimization.

    • MacNeal Schwindler. Stress analysis of rocket nozzle designs, finite element analysis, global optimization.

    • GE Medical Systems. AC motor design optimization, global optimization, parameter identification.

    • Genome Thereputics. Genome search, neural networks.

  9. 1998: Numerical Algorithms Group, Oxford, Great Britain. Interval analysis, Ada software development.

  10. 1996 – 1998: Johnson Controls. Enterprise modeling, operations research.

  11. 1996 – 1998: S.C. Johnson Wax. Global marketing using data clustering.

  12. 1995: NISA, Milwaukee. Research in optimization and selection of software for large-scale numerical optimization.

  13. 1994: IBM, Yorktown Heights. Representing intervals in a computer algebra system.

  14. 1993: Repete Corp., Sussex. Systems analysis, computer graphical display, instruction in C++ and object-oriented development, software development for industrial process control.

  15. 1991-92: Argonne National Laboratory, Mathematics and Computer Science, sabbatical. Automatic differentiation of algorithms, numerical analysis, optimization, software development. Team developed software being used by the Department of Energy, Boeing, General Motors, AT&T, NASA, and many others.

  16. 1990: Biotronics, Inc., West Allis. Pattern recognition, statistical analysis of light reflectances in satellite or other remotely sensed data.

  17. 1989 – 1990: Cardiac Evaluation Center, West Allis. Numerical analysis, digital signal compression, analysis, and display for medical data. Resulted in a marketed product.

  18. 1988 – 1990: Strong Mutual Funds, Menomonee Falls. Financial modeling, systems analysis, instruction in C programming.

  19. 1988: Amoco Production, Tulsa. Interval methods, numerical solution of partial differential equations for portions of an oil reservoir simulation model. Contributed to the eventual decision of an Amoco employee to attend Marquette

  20. 1985: Prent, Beloit. Mathematical modeling, linear programming, statistical analysis of optimum box size for shipping manufactured parts.

  21. 1984 – 1987: IBM, Germany. Interval analysis, validated computation. Developed software package for self-validating adaptive quadrature. IBM marketed our package as part of the ACRITH product.

  22. 1984 – 1985: Delco Electronics, Oak Creek. Modeling motion, numerical analysis, Ada software development for commercial aircraft positioning instruments.

  23. 1984: International Mathematical Subroutines Library (IMSL), Houston. Numerical and statistical analysis, Ada software development.

  24. 1982: US Olympic Team. Numerical analysis and computer graphics for the design of bobsled runners.

  25. 1982: Harken, Pewaukee. User interface, database design, software development for marketing yachting equipment.

  26. 1980 – 1995: North Sails, Pewaukee. Numerical analysis, computer graphics, software and user interface design for the design and manufacture of yacht sails. This technology appeared on every America's Cup contender, both US and foreign, from 1980 until about 1992.

  27. 1972-73: Unco, Inc., Washington, DC. Employee on a social science research project.



  28. Plus many projects of many students.



Professional Society Memberships and Offices Held:


  1. Phi Beta Kappa, 1968-Present. Marquette Chapter President for 3 years

  2. Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 1974-Present

  3. Association for Computing Machinery, 1978-Present

  4. Sigma Xi, 1989-Present. Marquette Chapter Secretary 1996 – Present

  5. Canadian Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 1998-Present

  6. IEEE Computer Society, 2003 - present



Honors Received:


  1. Indirect participant in the 1995 Wilkinson Prize (awarded to Chris Bischof and Alan Carle for ADIFOR 2). Award presentation took place July 3, 1995, at the International Conference in Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM 95) in Hamburg, Germany.


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